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Huber Tractor history and toystory

Pictured is the Waines Brothers complete lineup of their exquisitely restored Huber tractors. From (L/R); model HS 27-42, model HK 32-45, Light Four 20-36 and Super Four 15-30.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.

Edward Huber was a man of great vision. He could visualize how steam might displace the power of horses. His vision was realized through the development of the “The New Huber,” a steam powered engine built in 1878. He then saw how the farm engine might be propelled by its own power. As this vision was taking form through the development of the “The New Huber” traction engine his critics exclaimed, “It’s an impractical dream.”

Edward Huber’s visionary propensity thrust him beyond his early achievement as a pioneer in developing steam power. And, in particular, steam power for farming. He envisioned the utilization of gas engines for farm use in the early 1890s. Again, his critics scoffed by saying, “He is chasing rainbows.” But his dreams became reality in 1898 when he produced his first farm traction device propelled with a gasoline engine and so the “Tractor Age” was launched.